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CCWH Book Prize / Prix du livre CCHF

CCWH Book Prize / Prix du livre CCHF

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The CCWH Book Prize in Women's and Gender History is awarded every two years to the best book published in the field in the previous two years, in either English or French.

Books in Canadian history are eligible for the prize.  Books in other national fields are also eligible for the prize, provided that their authors live and work in Canada.

Anthologies, edited collections and translated works are not eligible for the prize.

CfP - Global (In-)Securities

Global Studies Association Annual Conference 2016

 

Global (In-)Securities

 

Centre for Global Justice

St Mary’s University College Belfast

29 June 2016 – 1 July 2016

 

Confirmed keynote speakers:

 

Professor Jef Huysmans (Queen Mary, University of London)

Professor Marysia Zalewski (University of Aberdeen)

 

 

Deadline approaching: The role of human rights in the moral economy

Please forward as appropriate; deadline January 10, 2016:

 

Call for Papers

“The role of human rights in the moral economy”

Session Proposal for the Society for the Advancement of Socioeconomics

 

Session Organizers:

Brian K. Gran, Brian.Gran@Case.Edu

Mark Frezzo, mvfrezzo@olemiss.edu

Human Rights in an Age of Ambiguity conference registration open

Human Rights in an Age of Ambiguity

13-15 June 2016

Fordham University, New York

 

5th joint conference, organized by:
Human Rights Section, International Studies Association (ISA)
Human Rights Section, American Political Science Association (APSA)
Human Rights Research Committee, International Political Science Association (IPSA)
Standing Group on Human Rights and Transitional Justice, European Consortium for Political Research (ECPR)

Announcing the new Resources tab

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